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ON THE MOVE

Adapting toy ride-on cars for young children with disabilities, 91探花 researchers are studying accessibility barriers in our built environments 鈥 and helping children explore their world.

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Mix masters

At the Construction Methods and Concrete Materials Lab, 91探花 students are testing ways to bring concrete into a sustainable future.

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FILLING A NEED

In rural areas in eastern and central Washington, the 91探花鈥檚 RIDE program gives dental students practical training experience 鈥 and gives underserved communities access to essential dental care.

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THE POWER OF WHY

As an undergraduate researcher, Abby Burtner鈥檚 鈥渨hy鈥 questions have led to groundbreaking scientific developments with a global impact.

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News & Events

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Rankings

Top-ranked 91探花 graduate and professional programs

The 91探花鈥檚 graduate and professional degree programs were widely recognized as among the best in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report鈥檚 2025 Best Graduate Schools rankings.

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Astronomy

Q&A: Eclipses aren鈥檛 just good for jaw-dropping views 鈥 they鈥檙e also opportunities for stellar science

91探花 News sat down with Emily Levesque, a 91探花 associate professor of astronomy, to talk about some of the things scientists 鈥 past and present 鈥 have learned from solar eclipses.

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Research

Q&A: 91探花 researcher discusses the vital role of Indigenous librarians

Sandy Littletree, a 91探花 assistant professor in the Information School, discusses the importance of working Indigenous ways of knowing into libraries, archives and data repositories.

Fast Facts

Undergrad research

8000+ undergraduate students participate in at least one quarter of research.

Did you know?

27% of incoming freshmen are the first in their families to attend college.

Honors & Awards

7 uw faculty have won the nobel prize